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Business::OnlinePayment::DLocal - Business::OnlinePayment::DLocal - DLocal (astropay) backend for Business::OnlinePayment
Get/set the server used for processing transactions. Possible values are Live, Certification, and Sandbox Default: Live
#Live $self->test_transaction(0); #Certification $self->test_transaction(1);
Hash to map BOP standard names into the DLocal names
Manpilate the content to prepare for submittal
Submit the content to the API
Maps a normal_authorization call to _authorization_only
Perform an auth_only. warning, this feature is only available in certain countries, and requires configuration from DLocal on your account. Unless you know you need to use this, please stay with the SALE
Perform a Post authorization (Capture). Same caveats as Auth only.
Submit a credit card number to DLocal for tokenization, allowing for subsequent calls to be tokenized, and not require PAN storage
Perform a refund
Check the status of a payment that previously returned a PENDING state. Requires that you have provided the interface user/token in addition to the normal API ones.
Check the status of a refund.
Get a current currency exchange value for price display
Formats your content and request data to actually transmit data
Parsing if an XML response was received. Now that type=>'json' exists, will be phased out
Returns the complete request that was sent to the server. The request has been stripped of card_num, cvv2, and password. So it should be safe to log.
Returns the complete request that was sent to the server. This could contain data that is NOT SAFE to log. It should only be used in a test environment, or in a PCI compliant manner.
Returns the complete response from the server. The response has been stripped of card_num, cvv2, and password. So it should be safe to log.
Returns the complete response from the server. This could contain data that is NOT SAFE to log. It should only be used in a test environment, or in a PCI compliant manner.
Setup default values
Jason (Jayce^) Hall <email@example.com>
Jason Terry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2017 by Jason (Jayce^) Hall.
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